NCHS tennis duo undefeated.
Normal Community seniors Ryan Broach and Reed Stoewer hope to experience some Class 2A Boys State Tennis Tournament success after losing twice last year.
Brooke and Haley Martin of University High went 4-2 in the Class 1A Girls State Tennis Tournament before being eliminated in the doubles consolation bracket's fifth round.
Normal Community's Anna Mayes and Kruthi Sudhir along with Central Catholic's Maggie Ames and Lauren Emm won first two matches at the girls state tennis tournament.
Senior Brooke Martin and freshman Haley Martin had some challenges playing doubles this season before figuring things out and advancing to the Class 1A Girls State Tennis Tournament.
NORMAL — Madeline Gentry lost only one singles match this season. The Normal West High School senior won't have a chance to avenge that defeat, but that's all right with her.
NORMAL — McKenna Schaefbauer of Normal, who trains at Van Der Meer Tennis Academy in Hilton Head Island, S.C., has committed to South Carolina to play her college tennis.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS — Central Catholic High School's Trey Tattini is the only Intercity player left in the Boys State Tennis Tournaments after Thursday's first day.
Normal Community tied for second in the Big 12 Conference Boys Tennis Tournament, taking one singles and one doubles titles.
Normal Community freshmen tennis players are a big hit right away.
Normal West's Madeline Gentry in singles and Bloomington sisters Mariel and Gabrielle Runyan in doubles took No. 1 titles in the BHS Purple-Gold Invitational tennis tournament.
BLOOMINGTON — Madeline Gentry won the No. 1 singles title to help Normal West High School tie host Bloomington for the BHS Gold Invitational tennis title Saturday.
The IHSA has offered guidance about contact days this fall for sports that are not in season
BUFFALO GROVE — A triumphant season ended appropriately Saturday for Abby Totten and Amaya Fernandes ... with a victory.
BUFFALO GROVE — The University High School doubles team of Abby Totten and Amaya Fernandes will play for third place Saturday in the Class 1A Girls State Tennis Tournament after a hard-fought, three-set loss in the semifinals Friday.
NORMAL — After qualifying three times for the state tennis tournament in doubles, Grace Walls is flying solo this week.
Considering how much talent the University High School girls tennis team lost, it's impressive how much the Pioneers have won.
The Normal West High School boys cross country team, led by three-time defending individual champion Charlie Wetzel, won the Big 12 Conference Meet for the first time since 2010 on Saturday at Peoria's Detweiller Park.
Led by doubles champions Abby Totten and Amaya Fernandes, University High School's girls tennis team captured the Class 1A Central Catholic Sectional championship on Saturday at McGraw Park in Bloomington.
BLOOMINGTON — It’s time for the jokes to stop regarding Normal West High School girls tennis. Say “so long” to the ribbing the Wildcats have endured over the years.
BLOOMINGTON — An unseasonably cool day, punctuated by a biting wind, greeted competitors in the Big 12 Conference Girls Tennis Tournament which got underway on Saturday morning.
The reigning Class 1A state champion Eureka High School girls cross country team scored 30 points to win the 15-team Elmwood Invitational on Saturday.
Tyler Wilson broke Fisher High School's single-game rushing record by gaining 452 yards on 28 carries during a 63-38 victory over Madison at Fisher on Saturday.
Olympia High School's boys cross country team, ranked No. 1 in the state in Class 1A, scored 51 points to win the 16-team Sabers Corn Classic by 30 points at Champaign on Saturday.
Abby Totten has carved out a solid career at U High, participating in three state tournaments. But with state singles champion McKenna Schaefbauer transferring, Totten has become the Pioneers' unquestioned leader.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS — University High School senior Thomas Moh and freshman Tyler Bowers put an exclamation point on the Pioneers' second straight Class 1A State Tennis title by becoming the school's second doubles champions in a row Saturday.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS — University High School's tennis team clinched its second straight Class 1A Boys State Tennis title on Friday.
The aces, backhands and line-painting forehands have been rewarded on the Intercity tennis scene this spring. Now, Bloomington-Normal's sizable contingent will take its swings in the Chicago suburbs at the State Tournament beginning Thursday.